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DataSite And TSS Deliver Additional Capacity In Orlando With $12M Upgrade

SAN DIEGO and COLUMBIA, Md., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DataSite and TSS (OTC: TSSI), today announced the completion of a significant upgrade to the DataSite Orlando facility. DataSite, an owner and operator of mission-critical facilities in Orlando, Fla., Atlanta, Ga., and Boise, Id., initiated the upgrades to deliver additional power and cooling capacity in their central Florida facility. TSS, a mission critical data center and technology services company, was selected by DataSite for project design, construction management and field delivery.

DataSite Orlando provides wholesale and retail level colocation space for both medium and high power density computing environments. The property delivers an industry leading array of highly desired features for a Tier III level, world class data center, consisting of a single story free standing Category 5 hurricane rated 130,000 square foot facility located 60 miles inland outside the 500-Year floodplain. The facility has 85,000 square feet of 36 inch high raised floor, boasts a windowless exterior with 8 inch thick steel reinforced concrete walls built from the underground up and highly resilient against man-made or natural disasters. Power is delivered from two separate utility substations through two compartmentalized and isolated infrastructure rooms.

The recently completed electrical and mechanical system upgrades include

  • New UPS system delivering a total capacity of 6.25MW
  • Standby power plant of 13.4 MW, and utility service capacity of 12MW
  • 2N electrical support infrastructure for maximum redundancy
  • New air cooled chiller plant with total system cooling capacity of 2,300 tons
  • A/B header system providing 2N system level redundancy.

Jeff Burges, President of DataSite, noted, "We are extremely pleased to complete this major facility upgrade and deliver additional robust computing space to the US data center market, in Orlando. Rack-ready space will be offered to tenants with requirements from single locking cabinets, secure colocation cages and private data center suites." Mr. Burges went on to say "we are thrilled with the quality and efficiency delivered by TSS with this expansion. TSS is our go to partner for design and construction of all our data center facilities. They are uniquely able to complete these types of upgrades seamlessly."

Jerry Gallagher, TSS' Chief Technical Officer added, "This design build project highlights our extensive engineering knowledge and unique ability to upgrade significant and critical mechanical and electrical infrastructure without interruption or impact to the data center operation. Working closely with the DataSite Orlando team, TSS provided design, engineering, and construction management services for the entire project. We are happy to be a part of the team delivering additional highly-reliable infrastructure to the Orlando mission-critical marketplace."

About DataSite

Owned by BURGES Property + Company, DataSite Orlando supports Florida's growing high technology industry with a secure world-class facility capable of accommodating the region's varying needs in wholesale data center space.  DataSite data centers are a unique blend of purpose-built, specially constructed data center facilities and expertly managed data center infrastructure designed to offer affordable colocation options that meet the demanding power density and up-time requirements of the modern computing environment.  DataSite's Tier III data center design provides a completely redundant and continually operating facility that is concurrently maintainable with zero scheduled downtime.  For more information please visit www.DataSiteColo.com

About TSS

TSS is a trusted single source provider of mission-critical planning, design, system integration, deployment, maintenance and evolution of data center facilities and information infrastructure as well as integration services. TSS specializes in customizable end-to-end solutions powered by industry experts and innovative services that include technology consulting, engineering, design, construction, operations, facilities management, technology system installation and integration, as well as maintenance for brick and mortar, modular, and multi-tenant data centers. TSS is headquartered in Columbia, Md. For more information contact us at www.totalsitesolutions.com or call 888-321-4877.

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